London: Quaritch, 1886. No. 40 of 50 copies, signed by Muir. Muir Facsimile. Includes the title-page and All... Read More about There is No Natural Religion
London: John Murray, Albemarle Street, 1863. New and Complete edition. Read More about The Poetical Works of Lord Byron. Collected and Arranged with Notes by Sir Walter Scott, Lord...
New York: William B. Gilley; A Paul, Printer, 1822. First separate edition. Read More about The Two Foscari, an Historical Tragedy
London: Henry Colburn, 1816. First edition. An anti-Foxite satire on the Ministry of All the Talents containing a notable attack on Byron, continuing a running feud. "In 1807 Barrett, under the pseudonym 'Polypus,' published a satire, All the Talents. This Byron alluded to in English Bards (line 745). The piece..... Read More about The Talents Run Mad; or, Eighteen Hundred and Sixteen. A Satrical Poem. In Three Dialogues. With...
[London: printed by Richard Taylor, 1830]. First edition. First edition, one of likely only 12 copies printed, of Lady Byron's account of her separation from Lord Byron in January 1816, written as a corrective to Thomas Moore's portrayal in his recent biography. At the time of its publication Lady Byron..... Read More about Remarks Occasioned by Mr. Moore's Notices of Lord Byron's Life
London: John Murray, 1870. Proof copy, a few corrections in ink. Proof copy of John Cam Hobhouse's defence of Byron's conduct in regards the separation with his wife, Anne Milbanke. Written in 1830, the work was not published until after Hobhouse's death in 1869. Hobhouse befriended Byron at Trinity College..... Read More about A Cotemporary [sic] Narrative of Events Connected with the Separation of Lord and Lady Byron
Sydenham: 19 February 1816. Campbell (1777-1844) writes to an unnamed recipient, declining to review a volume of poetry but offering his services in making an introduction and mentioning the author and editor William Gifford and the publisher John Murray. The letter reads, in part: "Respecting the volume of Poems …..... Read More about Autograph Letter Signed ("T. Campbell"
London: Longman and Rees, 1803. First edition. Among the subscribers to this edition were various members of the nobility (the Earl and Countess of Oxford bespoke two copies each), as well as Southey (who wrote the Preface), Coleridge, and Wordsworth. Read More about The Works
London: Printed for Fielding and Walker, 1778. First edition. Read More about Miscellanies in Prose and Verse; by ... the Supposed Author of the Poems published under the...
London: Published for John Taylor, Waterloo Place, 1827. First edition. The first edition of the peasant poet John Clare's third volume of poetry, following the breakout success of Poems Descriptive of Rural Life and Scenery (1820) and The Village Minstrel (1821): "A turning point came, however, with the publication of..... Read More about The Shepherd's Calendar: with Village Stories, and Other Poems
[London]: Richard Cobden-Sanderson, 1922. First Edition. T.J. Cobden-Sanderson’s Copy. Inscribed: “T.J. Cobden-Sanderson” and then in pencil “S. Fell from” [Cobden’s signature appears here]. Read More about Poems of Shelley. An Anthology in Commemoration of the Poet’s Death the 8th July 1822
N.p: Privately printed, . One of 50 copies. "This important series of hitherto inedited Letters by Coleridge was published in 1884, in the Transactions of Philobiblon Society. Fifty Copies were printed as a separate volume … for Private Distribution by the Editor, Mr. H.A. Bright" (Wise). Estlin was Unitarian minister..... Read More about Unpublished Letters from Samuel Taylor Coleridge to the Rev. John Prior Estlin
London: Alfred Miller, 137, Oxford Street, nd. Cruikshank, Robert. Second Edition. This work was a joint effort between Southey and Coleridge. Read More about The Devil's Walk: A Poem. Edited...by H.W. Montagu
London: Printed by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1812. First edition. With pagination numeral on page 53 in first volume printed upside down. This work was a joint effort between Southey and Coleridge, containing 201 contributions by Southey and 45 by Coleridge. Read More about Omniana, or Horae Otiosiores
London: Marsh and Miller, Oxford Street, . Cruikshank, Robert. First edition, date on wrapper. First Issue with numbers 21, 22 omitted in pagination. In The Original Wrappers. This work was a joint effort between Southey and Coleridge. Read More about The Devil's Walk: A Poem. By Professor Porson. Edited with a Biographical Memoir and Notes, by...
Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company; The Riverside Press, Cambridge, 1927. First edition, one of 300 copies bound entirely uncut. Classic study of Coleridge's literary sources in “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” and “Kubla Khan”. Read More about The Road to Xanadu. A Study in the Ways of the Imagination
London: Printed by Wilks and Taylor … for R. Phillips, 1801. First edition. With a contribution by Coleridge, "A Strange Minstrel," in vol. IV, pp. 141-4, which is followed by Robinson's reply. Read More about Memoirs of the Late Mrs. Robinson
London: Printed for N.T. Longman and O. Rees, By G. Woodfall, 1800. First edition of Coleridge's English translation. The first English edition of Schiller’s Wallenstein, set in Germany during the Thirty Years War, and translated by Samuel Taylor Coleridge from a manuscript copy of the first German edition of 1799..... Read More about Piccolomini, or the First Part of Wallenstein, a Drama in Five Acts … [bound with:] The Death...
London: Frank Hollings, 1900. First edition, One on 30 on LARGE PAPER, Copy no. 30. ONE OF 30. Read More about The Bibliography of Coleridge. A Bibliographical List arranged in Chronolgical Order of the...
Bristol: Printed by N. Biggs, For J. Cottle … and Messrs. Robinson, London, 1797. Second edition, expanded. After the favorable reception of the first edition of 1796, the publisher Cottle requested a second, to which Coleridge contributed several new pieces, including “The Ode to the Departing Year,” and a new..... Read More about Poems by S.T. Coleridge, Second Edition, to Which are Now Added Poems by Charles Lamb, and...
London: Hurst, Chance & Co, 1831. Second edition. Original Boards. Read More about Aids to Reflection in the Formation of a Manly Character on the Several Grounds of Prudence,...
London: Rest Fenner, 1817. First edition. First edition of perhaps Coleridge’s most influential work — a jumble of autobiography, philosophy, criticism, and satire. The Biographia Literaria grew from Coleridge’s increasing estrangement from the poetics of Wordsworth, and as early as 1800 Coleridge began planning the work. Coleridge saw his book..... Read More about Biographia Literaria; or Biographical Sketches of My Literary Life and Opinions
London: William Pickering, etc, 1836-1877. An excellent collection of the posthumous works of Coleridge, with many of the William Pickering titles in first edition.Includes the Literary Remains (4 vols., 1836-1839), On the Constitution of Church and State (1839), Confessions of an Inquiring Spirit (1840), Biographia Literaria (2 vols. in 3..... Read More about Collected Works
London: William Pickering, 1850. First edition. (Printed by C. Whittingham, Chiswick). Read More about Essays on His Own Times. Forming a Second Series of the Friend...edited by his daughter
Penrith: Printed and Published by J. Brown [imprints vary], 1 June 1809-15 March 1810. First edition. When Coleridge launched this periodical he had 632 subscribers, but his measured, logical approach to metaphysical theory was too difficult for most of his readers, and the audience dropped off sharply. Included are some..... Read More about The Friend: A Literary, Moral, and Political Weekly Paper [28 issues, all published
London: Edward Moxon, 1836. First edition. Collection of letters and reminiscences edited by Coleridge's close friend Thomas Allsop. Four Coleridge poems are printed here for the first time. Read More about Letters, Conversations and Recollections